IEEE Signal Processing Magazine

Issue 5 • Sept. 1996

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    Publication Year: 1996
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  • A review of large-vocabulary continuous-speech

    Publication Year: 1996
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    Considerable progress has been made in speech-recognition technology over the last few years and nowhere has this progress been more evident than in the area of large-vocabulary recognition (LVR). Current laboratory systems are capable of transcribing continuous speech from any speaker with average word-error rates between 5% and 10%. If speaker adaptation is allowed, then after 2 or 3 minutes of ... View full abstract»

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  • Robust speaker recognition: a feature-based approach

    Publication Year: 1996
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    The future commercialization of speaker- and speech-recognition technology is impeded by the large degradation in system performance due to environmental differences between training and testing conditions. This is known as the "mismatched condition." Studies have shown [l] that most contemporary systems achieve good recognition performance if the conditions during training are similar to those du... View full abstract»

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  • The Complex (and Circular) Argument Continues

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  • Sampled signal reconstruction and Nyquist frequency

    Publication Year: 1996
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    The discussion focuses only on those remarks of J. Lynn Smith (see ibid., p.14, May 1996) that were directly related to earlier comments (see ibid., p.41, July 1995). It complements Marple's (see ibid., p.24, January 1996) filter-bank analysis and tries to remove some clutter due to the improper test signals used. The frame of this discussion consist of the following three statements: the “s... View full abstract»

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  • Exploding the Nyquist barrier misconception

    Publication Year: 1996
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    The author comments that Smith (IEEE Signal Processing Magazine, Forum Feedback, May 1996) continues to proclaim the novelty of an approach (Smith, 1995) that he purports to “break the Nyquist barrier,” in spite of the revelation (Marple Jr., 1996) that his approach is simply a special two-filter case of well known analysis and synthesis filter banks performed with sample-and-hold wave... View full abstract»

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